JOB SUMMARY: This position will research (collect, analyze, report on and present) appropriate performance and outcomes indicators and data on a wide variety of behavioral health treatment and prevention-related issues with well-being. This position also exists to support Epworth Children’s Home and behavioral health stakeholders in developing a performance management system focusing on outcome indicators that measure the efficiency and effectiveness of services across all sectors of the Institute.
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in statistical analysis, computer science, public administration, social science or closely related field required. Three years’ experience with statistics and research methodology, using data to inform practice and behavior health outcomes.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Masters in statistical analysis, actuarial science, computer science, public administration, social science or closely related.
REQUIRED SKILLS: Must be proficient with various software programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel and electronic communication. Know or have the ability to quickly learn any database system required. Must be able to pass standard background checks, including: drug screen, employment physical, SLED, DSS Central Registry and Sex Offenders Registry.
Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to the Human Resources Office:
Epworth Children’s Home
PO Box 50466
Columbia, South Carolina 29250
or by email to email@example.com